Palo Alto taxing the poor to benefit the rich, again.

Our government has been sold to the highest bidder, even — especially — in wealthy Palo Alto.
Our government has been sold to the highest bidder, and this has been very much the case here in Palo Alto, a city with absolutely no campaign contribution limits, and virtually no term limits.

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